WE ARE INSPIRED BY jESUS CHRIST
WELCOME all with open hearts
GROW in faith centered on God's Word
SHARE God's love with the world
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and our state's guidelines, our building is closed at the moment.
The building might be closed, but the church is alive and active!
Much of our congregational life is virtual at the moment.
We are worshipping together, studying together, meeting together,
and even drinking coffee together virtually!
Read on for information about everything that is going on at WPC.
Worship is at the heart of what we do and who we are here at WPC...
And that's more true now than ever before!
Out of concern for one another during this time, we are not worshipping in-person in our sanctuary at this time.
JOIN US FOR ONLINE WORSHIP EACH WEEK
During this time of uncertainty, WPC is offering new ways to connect.
"Church is not cancelled. Worship will just look a little different for a while.
Relationships will not be cancelled. They will just feel a little different for a while.
Faith will not be cancelled. It will just grow in different ways for a while.
Love will not be cancelled. In fact, we will need more of it for a while.
Grace and peace be with you all as we find our way in this new wilderness."
(Tom Trenney, composer)
Reach out to each other
via phone, email, Skype, FaceTime, and Zoom.
Check in on friends, family, neighbors, and those you know who might be feeling isolated.
We miss seeing your faces and listening to your voices, and would love to hear from you.
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY @ 11AM
Join us on ZOOM for a weekly virtual Bible study ... each week we look at the texts for the upcoming Sunday.
Email Pastor Paul for an invitation to the ZOOM Bible Study
Share your prayer requests
Please don't hesitate to contact Pastor Paul,
an elder, deacon, or Stephen Minister in order to connect.
Along with your grief and heartache, we encourage you to share your joys.
We could all use some good news these days.
Stephen Ministers are available for confidential conversations and prayer, via email, phone, FaceTime, and Zoom.
We don’t want anyone to feel isolated.
If you would welcome a connection with a Stephen Minister during these difficult days,
please contact David Holly or Linda Black.
Our commitment to reflecting God's love and care depends on all of us.
We are all brothers and sisters in the "priesthood of all believers."
Read on for ways you can help during these difficult times.
Tangible ways to assist
We continue to work with our mission partners in caring for those most vulnerable.
You may drop off donations in the boxes outside the church office doors.
A Just harvest
Food items may be dropped off in the box outside the church door (click here for a more detailed list of items).
Items needed include:
Beverages: juice boxes or 5.5 ounce Cans
8 ounce bottled water
Canned Goods: soup, chili, veggies, vegetarian beans
Dry Goods: beans, pasta
Cleaning Supplies: Clorox, wipes, Lysol
Though we cannot house families at this time,
we can still provide the meals (monetary donations) they need during our scheduled week.
We will keep you posted as to when we will benefit both the families and struggling area restaurants by paying them to provide the meals.
c24/7: Rogers park afterschool program
Your support is helping to provide a free weekly store for families to pick up household items and groceries,
as well as families who lost a job or income and need help with bills and rent during this time.
paper towels, dish soap, body soap, toothpaste,
diapers, baby wipes, laundry detergent, cooking oil, cereal.
Give to Wpc
WPC is offering comfort, courage, and uplifting worship in the face of uncertainty.
We invite you to continue or increase your regular support,
via mail, or ONLINE, to enable WPC to continue these vital ministries.
If you find yourself in need, please let us know.
We are here to help.